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10th Dec 2021 00:20U.S., Daily Monitor

  • Threats to rents, vehicle prices, airline fares and hotel room rates mean upside core CPI risk today.
  • The next few months will see core inflation rise towards 7%; the Fed's pivot is a pre-emptive strike.
  • It's still reasonable to expect inflation to fall very sharply next year, but the Fed can't be certain.

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